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Centrally located major town with an extensive history in the textile industry
Major river which forms part of the Council Area's eastern border with England
Abbotsford House is the former residence of this historical novelist and poet
Sir Walter Scott
The four best known ruined abbeys in the Scottish Borders which are connected by a long distance circular footpath. They all date from the 12th century and are collectively known as the 'Border Abbeys'.
National Nature Reserve and lighthouse on the central Scottish Borders coast
St. Abb's Head
Born in the Scottish Borders, this yachtsman was the first person to sail single-handed non-stop westwards around the world on a boat called 'British Steel'
Town near the border with England which is the home of a regiment in the British Army
One of Scotland's 40 National Scenic Areas, which encompasses the Eildon Hills
Eildon and Leaderfoot
Major road which passes through the Scottish Borders, connecting Berwick with Edinburgh
Biggest town in the old county of Roxburghshire, not pronounced how you might expect
The town of Melrose was the birthplace of this variant form of Rugby Union
Magnificent 18th century country house which is the seat of the Duke of Roxburghe